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CBC Archives 1h
It's Monday already? Did you remember to return that VHS you rented on the weekend?
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CBC Archives 2h
Before his role on , Alex Trebek appeared on many programs including Music Hop, Sports-a-Plenty and Strategy.
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Jill Vardy 3h
that's some smart tech commentary right there.
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Jill Vardy 3h
oh god. For the record, at Dec 31, 1999 at midnight I was in my parents' rec room in western Newfoundland, with a fireplace and a large supply of wine and chips. Just in case...
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CBC Archives 3h
On this day in 1997, and 's Midday turned to and to explain whether companies were doing enough to prepare for "the Millennium Bug."
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CBC Archives 5h
He spent much of his long life sitting on a shelf, but Elliot the bear eventually became "the star lot" at a Christie's auction back in 1993.
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CBC Archives 7h
Forty years ago, the newspaper business had lots of readers and lots of issues to deal with on the production side of things.
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CBC Archives Dec 9
"I want to thank the Canadian people who came out to wave — with all five fingers — for their hospitality."
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CBC Archives Dec 9
If you have ever wondered how the toys of the 1950s were made, you'll want to watch this.
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CBC Archives Dec 8
For all the people who ever played with .
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CBC Archives Dec 8
"Those who grieved did so not only for Lennon, the man who wrote music that changed music. They also grieved for the passing of an era."
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CBC Archives Dec 7
Peter Parker -- AKA Spider-Man -- may have been bitten by a radioactive spider and left with superpowers, but Stan Lee felt he was still a regular guy in some respects.
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CBC Archives Dec 7
He spent one-third of his career tending the net without a facemask. But eventually he started wearing one and other goalies eventually did, too.
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CBC Archives Dec 7
"As someone put it: 'We'll be living with him, we'll be working with him, let's see how we get along."
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CBC Archives Dec 7
Sixty-four years ago, a lot of kids were probably wishing they were at Toyland when their parents were picking out their Christmas gifts.
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CBC Archives Dec 7
Three decades ago, a New Brunswick dog groomer saw an opportunity when she realized dogs were unable to visit Santa Claus at the mall.
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CBC Archives Dec 6
Yes, was among the many media organizations that wanted to know if Charles Schulz was, in fact, Charlie Brown.
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CBC Television Dec 6
From Buffy Sainte-Marie to Jeff Healey: how artists have used music to bring ignored perspectives to the mainstream. From the Vaults: From The Sidelines airs tonight at 9pm/9:30NT
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As It Happens Dec 5
Canadians share their grisly stories of getting their tongues stuck to frozen stuff
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CBC Radio Dec 6
After the 1989 attack at École Polytechnique in Montreal, Que., — which many saw as a misogynistic act of violence — Gina Parvaneh Cody wanted to "make a future where women are allowed in engineering."
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